Alliances, Coalitions and Partnerships: Building Collaborative Organizations

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New Society Publishers, Limited, Mar 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 176 pages
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Multistakeholder processes are now recognized as crucial public participation tools in a variety of fields, including health, housing, community economic development, transportation and more. Nonprofits in these fields are frequently being asked to collaborate with community and government but lack guidance for doing so. This book--outlining why and how to develop such organizations, how they can be most effective, and the special nature of power and leadership involved--is the only book available to facilitate this process.

Joan M. Roberts is an award-winning organizational development consultant who provides training workshops on governance and community development. She has over 20 years experience designing and facilitating multistakeholder processes in housing, health promotion, municipal land use, and community development. She lives in Toronto.

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Joan Roberts runs an organization development consulting business that also provides training workshops on governance and community development. An award-winner in the field, she has over 20 years experience of designing and facilitating multi-stakeholder processes in housing, health promotion, municipal land use, and community development. She lives in Toronto.

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